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The Feud

The book The Feud was made into the movie The Feud.

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Book details for The Feud

The Feud was written by Thomas Berger. The book was published in 1989 by Little Brown & Co (P). More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

Thomas Berger also wrote Neighbors (1980).

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In THE FEUD Thomas Berger returns to the era and milieu that he knows best--small-town America in the 1930s. THE FEUD chronicles encounters, hostile and amorous, between members of the Bellers of Hornbeck and Bullards of Millville. The trouble begins whe... Read More
In THE FEUD Thomas Berger returns to the era and milieu that he knows best--small-town America in the 1930s. THE FEUD chronicles encounters, hostile and amorous, between members of the Bellers of Hornbeck and Bullards of Millville.

The trouble begins when Dolf Beller, on an innocent mission for paint remover, chews an unlit cigar in Bud Bullard's hardware store, where no smoking is allowed. Within 24 hours the store burns down. Dolf's car blows up--and the feud begins.

"I marked my copy of THE FEUD with a star wherever its blend of irony, parody and slapstick made me laugh out loud; some pages look like a map of the Milky Way." (The Washington Post Book World)

Movie details for The Feud

The movie was released in 1989 and directed by Jeff Osborne. The Feud was produced by Progressive Arts Media Distribution. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Tito Ortiz;Ken Shamrock;Guy Metzger.

 

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With a history dating back to May 30, 1997, Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock have hated and despised each other with a violent passion. Follow both fighters through the early days of the Ultimate Fighting Championship as they attempt to physically and mentall... Read More
With a history dating back to May 30, 1997, Tito Ortiz and Ken Shamrock have hated and despised each other with a violent passion.

Follow both fighters through the early days of the Ultimate Fighting Championship as they attempt to physically and mentally attempt to destroy one another in and out of the ring.

Sal Garcia (Ortiz' former manager), Joe Silva (UFC matchmaker), Bruce Buffer (UFC ring announcer) and many others give their thoughts and insight on the most talked about re-match in Mixed Martial Arts history.

Witness never-released footage from March 5th, 1999 at UFC 19 where Tito "crossed the line". Uncensored and previously unreleased interviews with Shamrock and Ortiz telling both sides.

This DVD takes a "no-holds-barred" look inside the world of both men as the embark on a 9 year war that may never, ever end.